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    Cyd Charisse & Gene Kelly - my favorite number by the two of them was from Singin' in the Rain. That Kelly Green outfit!

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    Cyd Charisse and Gene Kelly, 'It's Always Fair Weather' (1955).

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Marilyn Monroe w/blue bird.

National Geographic Photography Contest Winners: 2011 | Places Honorable Mention – CYBER MONSOON: A torrential monsoon rain in Bhaktapur. Bhaktapur, Nepal. (Photo and caption by Anuar Patjane)

Darling cocktail dress... from the 1950's

Woolworth's sold a little bit of everything

Charles E. Wakeford - April showers, circa 1935

...is at the ironing board keeping her husband's shirts perfectly pressed and starched

Harley-Davidson Enthusiast Magazine, December, 1934

White Owl cigar advertisement, 1940s

Morley nylons, 1950s

"Scarlet" shoes from a 1956-57 Aldens catalog.

George Petty

Fredericks of Hollywood  wigs and “wiglets” advertisement 1954

Skateboarding, New York. 1960's Life Magazine.

1950s Red Satin Ball Gown from The Attic Vintage Clothing.

Rolf Armstrong

Holeproof

ca. 1940, Duchy of Cornwall Estate, South London, England, UK --- From Salvage To Socks. The Children from the Duchy of Cornwall Estate in South London have formed a staunch little army of collectors and, headed by their Union Jack, they spend their playtime with their sacks on their backs collecting all the salvage they can This sorted out and sold and with the proceeds, the women of the Estate buy wool in order to knit socks for their men. Already over 50 pairs of socks have found their way to the man from the estate and both the children and the women tackle their jobs with great enthusiasm. Photo: With the wool bought from the proceeds of the children salvage efforts, the women of the Duchy of Cornwall estate knit socks for their men. 6th August 1940 --- Image by � Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORBIS

Young couple with red car, New York, 1952

Ladies' Home Journal, June 1958

While ads in the 1920s warned women that they would be lonely if they were too heavy, many Depression-era ads chided women who were too thin. Advertisement from the August 1935 issue of Motion Picture courtesy of University of Southern California Cinematic Arts Library.

Vintage housewife ad

Rita Hayworth.

Tango in the East End, London (1954) | Photographer: Thurston Hopkins